Jerry runs into a dog pound (and right on top of a napping Spike) to escape a rather mangy-looking Tom. To avoid being ripped to shreds, Tom borrows the head of a nearby dog statue. This ... See full summary »
Tom invites Toots to an elegant dinner. However, he's made the mistake of trying to put Jerry to work, as a serving boy, a corkscrew, and other tasks. Jerry puts up with a little of this, ... See full summary »
Jerry crashes a vase onto Tom's head, which gets Mammy to throw Tom out. Jerry revels in his freedom, among other things turning Tom's picture into a Hitler caricature then spitting on it. ... See full summary »
Towards the end of the cartoon, whilst Tom and Butch are battling over Toodles' affections, Tom grabs a swing and places a plant-pot on it. However, he pulls the swing quite far, yet it is still as close to the ground as when it was just dangling initially. With how far he pulled it there is no way that it would still be that close to the ground. See more »
Jerry wakes and figures it's going to be another day of being chased by Tom. Thinking giving Tom a big kick in the ass will get the action started he's surprised to find Tom unresponsive. The reason? Tom is in love with Toodles, the girl cat across the street. He's too head over heels to care about chasing a mouse.
Jerry then thinks of a cunning plan to tear his attention away from Toodles by faking a love letter to local alley-cat Butch. It's turns out Butch is more adept at making Toodles swoon and Tom is soon out of the picture as far as dating is concerned.
With quite a few inventive moments and loads of visual gags and a nice twist ending, this is certainly one of the better T&J shorts.
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